Reviews

Geraldo Munck (2009) Measuring Democracy: A Bridge Between Scholarship and Politics, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, Journal of Latin American Studies, 42 (2): 414-416.

Edward Cleary (2007) Mobilizing for Human Rights in Latin America, Bloomfield CT: Kumarian Press, Journal of Latin American Studies, 40 (2): 359-361.

Jacobo Timmerman (2002) Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, Bulletin of Latin American Research, 22 (3): 390-391.

Doug Imig and Sidney Tarrow (eds.) (2001) Contentious Europeans: Protest and Politics in an Emerging Polity, Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, West European Politics, 25 (2) 2002: 230-231.

Ian Budge, Hans-Dieter Klingemann, Andrea Volkens, Judith Bara and Eric Tanenbaum (2001) Mapping Policy Preferences: estimates for parties, electors, and governments 1945-1998. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Political Studies, 50 (2).

Bent Flyvbjerg (2001) Making Social Science Matter: why social inquiry fails and how it can succeed again. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; Alan D. Monroe (2000) Essentials of Political Research. Boulder CO: Westview Press, Political Studies (forthcoming).

Payne, Leigh (2000) Uncivil Movements: The Armed Right Wing and Democracy in Latin America, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, in Journal of Latin American Studies, 34: 761-762.

Ward, Peter M. and Rodríguez, Victoria (1999) New Federalism and State Government in Mexico, Austin: University of Texas, in Journal of Latin American Studies, 33: 628-629.

Rosenthal, Mona (1996) Inside the Revolution: Everyday Life in Socialist Cuba, in Political Studies, 47(1): 195-6.

Fox, Jonathan (1997) Applied Regression Models, Linear Models and Related Methods, Thousand Oaks: Sage in Data Archive Bulletin, 69 (1998).

Bacchi, Carol Lee (1996) The Politics of Affirmative Action, London: Sage; Euchner, Charles C. (1996) Extraordinary Politics, Boulder: Westview; Drake, W. Avon and Holsworth, Robert D. (1996) Affirmative Action and the Stalled Quest for Black Politics, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press; and O’Connor, Karen (1996) No Neutral Ground? Abortion Politics in an Age of Absolutes, Boulder: Westview, in Political Studies, 1998.

de Brito, Alexandra Barahona (1997) Human Rights and Democratization in Latin America: Uruguay and Chile, Oxford: Oxford University Press, in International and Comparative Law Quarterly (1997).

Hagopian, Frances (1996) Traditional Politics and Regime Change in Brazil, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Political Studies 1997.

Maxwell, Kenneth (1995) The Making of Portuguese Democracy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Political Studies, (1996): 988.

Hagle, T. (1995) Basic Math for Social Scientists: Concepts, Thousand Oaks, CA; Sage; and Knapp, T. R., (1996) Learning Statistics Through Playing Cards, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage in UK Data Archive Bulletin, 63 (1997): 21.